Posts Tagged ‘Indian Road Cafe’

Uptown Votes: Where To Watch The Election Results In Your Hood

Uptown Votes: Where To Watch The Election Results In Your Hood

Okay so now that you voted, it’s time to watch the election results in your hood. It will either be a celebration or a commemoration of what once was. If it is the latter than you might as well be inebriated. Hopefully that won’t be the case and we won’t end up with a bigoted […]


11 Glamorous Restaurants That Show How Locals Live in Inwood, Manhattan | The Exception

11 Glamorous Restaurants That Show How Locals Live in Inwood, Manhattan | The Exception

Inwood, Manhattan is brimming with the most pleasant restaurants for millennials, centennials, Gen Xers and baby boomers. Good people from all generations can find their food here. Local New Yorkers have been posting delicious stories on LinkedIn from the following restaurants. The hype is reaching epic proportions as new cafes and saloons pop up constantly […]


Photography Exhibit Captures Uptown After Dark | DNAinfo

Photography Exhibit Captures Uptown After Dark | DNAinfo

By Lindsay Armstrong INWOOD — A new photography exhibit shows Uptown sites in a new light — the dark. “New York at Night,” an exhibit by Washington Heights-based photographer Diane Drinnon, opened on Sunday at the Indian Road Café. Drinnon’s photographs explore New York City — with a specific focus on Hudson Heights and Inwood — after the sun […]


5/5/15: Lost Inwood @ Indian Road Café

5/5/15: Lost Inwood @ Indian Road Café

LOST INWOOD: slides, photos, and artifacts from our neighborhood’s past Tuesday, May 5th @ 7:30PM Indian Road Café (600 W 218th St) This month: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About The Dyckman Farmhouse(s)* *But Were Afraid to Ask AKA, The Dyckmans – Inwood Pioneers and their Homesteads Everyone in Inwood knows the Dyckman Farmhouse […]


Singers Perform ‘BYOB Opera’ in Uptown Apartments | DNAinfo

Singers Perform 'BYOB Opera' in Uptown Apartments | DNAinfo

By Lindsay Armstrong UPTOWN — Locals don’t have to head to Lincoln Center to hear an aria or vibrato this opera season. Instead, they can stop by Jay Meetze’s living room. Meetze, director of the Inwood-based Opera Company of Brooklyn, is reviving a series that ran in the neighborhood from 2005 to 2008 featuring opera […]


Another Groupon Uptown Steal – Indian Road Café

Another Groupon Uptown Steal – Indian Road Café

You only have a few hours left to get this awesome deal. Indian Road Café is a truly exceptional establishment that is a culinary extension of the majestic Inwood Hill Park. If you have already been there, then you know what’s up, if not, it’s time to get familiar. See below for deets. Choose Between […]


Evidence of Native American activity uncovered in Isham Park | My Inwood

Evidence of Native American activity uncovered in Isham Park | My Inwood

by Cole Thompson An ongoing improvement project in a city park has uncovered signs of Native American settlement on the northern tip of Manhattan. Workers digging a trench for the installation of water fountains in Isham Park have unearthed a curious concentration of shells. Could the shells be part of a larger shell midden? Could […]


Hungry City: Indian Road Café in Inwood | NY Times

Hungry City: Indian Road Café in Inwood | NY Times

By JEFF GORDINIER I moved to New York from the West Coast 20 years ago, but only this summer was I introduced to a little-known fact about the island of Manhattan: If you take the A train all the way to its northern terminus, you wind up in Seattle. Debark at 207th Street and amble […]


8/5/14: Lost Inwood Summer Spectacular @ Indian Road Café

8/5/14: Lost Inwood Summer Spectacular @ Indian Road Café

Tuesday, August 5th at 7:30 pm The Indian Road Café (218th Street and Indian Road) This month Lost Inwood explores the activities and places of summers’ past. Through photos and fascinating oral histories we’ll explore the swimming pools, bowling alleys and movies theaters that gave the children of Inwood’s past a respite from the summer […]


5/19/14: Mixology Workshop @ Indian Road Café

5/19/14: Mixology Workshop @ Indian Road Café

Learn the fundamentals of mixology in this interactive series. Each class will focus on a basic cocktail family to teach you the building blocks and techniques used by industry professionals. Then get ready to roll up your sleeves and sling some cocktails. We will provide everything you need and also serve some light appetizers. The […]


Downtown Food Goes North | NY Times

Downtown Food Goes North | NY Times

By GLENN COLLINS As turning points go, it might seem underwhelming. But there it was, the moment when Frank’s Meat Market, a decades-old, decidedly old-school butcher shop on West 187th Street in Washington Heights, began selling fresh spinach fettuccine in the late 1980s. More innovations followed. There was prosciutto. Eli’s Bread. Boylan’s Original Birch Beer. […]


Indian Road Cafe Owner Fights to Keep Mother’s Killers In Prison | DNAinfo

Indian Road Cafe Owner Fights to Keep Mother's Killers In Prison | DNAinfo

By Nigel Chiwaya INWOOD — Jason Minter was just 6 years old when three men held his mother down in the next room, raped her and murdered her 37 years ago. Now, he’s fighting to keep his mother’s killers behind bars. Minter, the owner of Inwood’s Indian Road Cafe, has launched an online petition asking New […]


Neighborhood Eats: Shrimp with roasted tomatoes and fennel at Indian Road Cafe | 7online

Neighborhood Eats: Shrimp with roasted tomatoes and fennel at Indian Road Cafe | 7online

BY Lauren Glassberg INWOOD (WABC) — Inwood at the top of Manhattan where the Harlem and Hudson Rivers meet is the spot Jason Minter and Jason Berger opened Indian Road Cafe five years ago. Today, it’s really a community hub where people get their coffee and often linger. via: Neighborhood Eats: Shrimp with roasted tomatoes […]


The Vegetarian Option: Indian Road Cafe in Inwood | Serious Eats: New York

The Vegetarian Option: Indian Road Cafe in Inwood | Serious Eats: New York

Story & photos by Howard Walfish Indian Road Cafe may just be the most north-westerly restaurant in all of Manhattan. It is literally across the street from Spuyten Duyvil Creek, separating Manhattan from the Bronx, and looking out from the restaurant provides a commanding view of the Henry Hudson Bridge. The menu, at first glance, […]


Throw Back Thursdays: Jason Minter & Indian Road Café

Throw Back Thursdays: Jason Minter & Indian Road Café

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Photography by Paul Lomax (@PaulLomaxPhoto) For this week’s Throwback, I chose one of my fave posts, Daily Grind: Jason Minter & the Indian Road Café. First of all, Jason is such an awesome guy and has shown the Uptown Collective love from the beginning. Secondly, Indian Road Café (218th and Indian […]


Indian Road Café Makes Time Out New York’s List of 50 Best Bars for Spring

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Photography by Paul Lomax (@PaulLomaxPhoto) Congrats to the much beloved Indian Road Café (218th St & Indian Road) for making Time Out New York’s list of 50 Best Bars for Spring. I had the pleasure of dining there a few weeks back with Paul Lomax and our respective better halves and […]


Daily Grind: Jason Minter & Indian Road Café

Daily Grind: Jason Minter & Indian Road Café

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Photography by Paul Lomax (@PaulLomaxPhoto) If there is one word to describe Indian Road Café (218th and Indian Road), it is character. Indian Road Café simply and quietly exudes outsized portions of character, charm, and charisma. Even though it has only been around for 3 years this summer, it already has […]


My Groupon/Garden Café Power Lunch

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) I would be remiss if I didn’t give a shout out to the good folks at Groupon for selecting Uptown establishments 2 weeks in a row. First it was the mighty Indian Road Café & Market (218th St & Indian Road) and then the elegant Garden Café (4961 Broadway – Near […]


Put You On: Groupon's Indian Road Café Steal

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) It was Uptown Collective contributor, Sara Martinez (@SaritaONER) that put me on to this tremendous deal by the good folks at Groupon. Get this; you get $30 worth of lunch, dinner and drinks for a mere $15 at the tremendously awesome Indian Road Cafe & Market (218th St & Indian Road). […]


LOOKING AHEAD: THE UC’S LIST OF THINGS TO DO

Moonlight Rides: Cycle Through the Park Friday, October 1, 2010 10PM – Central Park Columbus Circle: Maine Monument Avoid the midday crowds by joining Time’s Up for its Moonlight Rides in Central Park. “When the park’s less crowded, it helps people appreciate the natural surroundings,” says director Bill DiPaola. Take a leisurely spin past Central […]


THE GREENWAY, THE LIGHTHOUSE & INDIAN ROAD CAFÉ

The Washington Post ran an article over the weekend about biking Manhattan’s Greenway, along the way the writer stops by the Little Red Light House and our much beloved Indian Road Cafe. Check out the article: www.washingtonpost.com/


SUBWAY MAP + SHARPIE = ART

BY Led Black The City Room section of the New York Times recently ran a profile on Inwood street artist, Enrico Miguel Thomas. You can usually find Enrico at 72nd street and Broadway, hard at work capturing the hustle and bustle of rush hour. Armed with only a sharpie and a subway map, this artist […]


INDIAN ROAD CAFÉ & MARKET

BY Led Black (@Led_Black) Indian Road Café, located at 218th street and Indian Road, is many things to many people – it is, get ready, a family restaurant with a serious organic, seasonal and localvore bent, a wine bar, an ale house, a coffee bar and a community gathering and performance space.  Looking to fill […]

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